Fundraisers organised in aid of Kildare animal shelter in danger of becoming homeless

The charity desperately need a new premises

Sarah Peppard


Sarah Peppard


Fundraisers organised to raise money for Kildare animal shelter in danger of becoming homeless

KWWSPCA volunteers, Deirdre Delahunty with ‘Silk’ and ‘Lilith’; Patricia Shaw with ‘Pixie’; Sandra Cusack with ‘Reba’; Elaine and Kate McNamara with ‘Jenny’ and ‘Masie’ . Photo Tony Keane.

A number of fundraisers have been organised to raise desperately needed funds for a Kildare animal shelter in danger of becoming homeless.

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The Kildare West Wicklow Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (KWWSPCA), located in Athgarvan, is appealing for funds to be able to buy or rent a new premises.

The shelter is being forced out of its current shelter because the landlord is looking to sell it.

A book sale will take place in Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow on Sunday, February 10 from 12-4pm in the Imaal Hall.

A Father Ted quiz is organised for Thursday, February 28 from 8:30pm to 11pm in 33 South Main in Naas.

A Pop Up Shop for High End Fashions is also organised for Saturday, March 23 from 11am to 3pm at the current KWWSPCA shelter in Athgarvan. All proceeds go to the animals in the care of the KWWSPCA. There will be free entry, with raffle and teas, and a chance to visit some of the animals.

Donations of good quality clothes and accessories for the Pop Up Shop can be left in Noah's Ark or at the Shelter or call 086 3413017 or 087 6803295.

People are also asked to do the runamuck challenge in aid of the shelter by collecting sponsorship. The event takes place on Saturday, March 9 at the Coolcarrigan Estate, Naas.

For more information on any of the above events, visit KWWSPCA on Facebook.